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Opening of the Changing Places facilities Changing Places facility opens in Windsor
Toilet and changing room facilities designed specifically for people with disabilities, and their carers, have opened at Windsor Leisure Centre.

Called Changes Places, they are larger than standard accessible toilet facilities with additional space…
Register for solar panel group buying scheme Could solar panels be an option for your home?
A green energy scheme helping residents and businesses generate renewable energy through solar panels, cutting energy costs and carbon footprint, has again reopened in the Royal Borough.

The Royal Borough has once again joined forces with…
First Berkshire Prosperity Board meeting to be held
The first Berkshire Prosperity Board meeting is to be held on Monday 17 June and this new joint committee, made up of the six Berkshire unitary authorities, aims to help drive forward and deliver future economic success across the county. 

The six…
This image shows a ballot paper. Getting ready for the General Election. Final reminder to register for General Election
The Royal Borough is giving a final reminder to voters who are not currently on the electoral register to ensure you sign up by 11.59pm on Tuesday 18 June to participate in the General Election on Thursday 4 July.

You only have to register if you…
Royal Borough residents invited to discover more about volunteering opportunities at a special Volunteer Fair
This Saturday residents are invited to pop into Maidenhead Library to meet community and voluntary organisations from across the borough, at a special Volunteers Fair, which is being held to mark the 40th National Volunteers’ Week. 

Volunteers’…
This image shows the houses of Parliament. Could you be MP for Windsor or Maidenhead. Royal Borough invites candidates to stand in General Election
The Royal Borough is officially inviting nominations from candidates seeking to represent the Windsor and Maidenhead Parliamentary constituencies, ahead of the General Election on Thursday 4 July. 

Candidates must make an appointment to hand…
This image is a street view of Norfolk Park Work to start soon to help improve road safety in Maidenhead neighbourhood
Responses to a consultation on proposals to improve road safety at Norfolk Park, a neighbourhood north of Maidenhead town centre and Kidwells Park, have shown that the majority of residents are in support.


The work will introduce traffic calming…
Royal Borough reminds residents about registering to vote for the General Election
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is reminding voters who are not currently on the electoral register to sign up now if they wish to take part in the General Election on Thursday 4 July. You only need to register if you have never…
Pupils from Cookham Dean School playing Street Tag Street Tag launches in Royal Borough schools
Pupils, their families, and school staff in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead are invited to join Street Tag when it launches on 10 June, which will transform the whole of the borough into a virtual playground.

Street Tag is a family-…
Have you a great idea to improve wellbeing in your community?
Applications are now open for the fifth round of Innovation Funding for community-led projects to launch and run health and wellbeing initiatives across the Royal Borough.

The scheme is managed by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead in…
Royal Borough in talks with Government about Exceptional Financial Support
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has begun talks with the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities about a financial support package needed for the council to deliver its crucial plans for financial stability.

The council’s…
Public meeting about the winter floods to be held in Cookham Public meeting about the winter floods to be held in Cookham
A public meeting will be held in Cookham next week, in which information will be shared about the flood event that took place in the borough in January of this year. 

Representatives from the Environment Agency, Thames Water and the council, as…
Councillor Amy Tisi, Lead Member for Children's Services, Education and Windsor, Angela Huisman, Library Services and Resident Contact (Face to Face) Lead, Inspector Sukhveer Sokhi and two Police Cadets pictured outside Windsor Library. New Safe Spaces trial launches in Windsor for children and young people
A new scheme has launched to give young people dedicated places to go if they feel unsafe whilst out and about in Windsor. The Safe Spaces initiative, created by the Royal Borough, the council’s children’s services partner Achieving for Children and…
Mayor Simon Bond Councillor Simon Bond is elected the New Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
Councillor Simon Bond has been elected as Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead for the 2024/25 civic year, with Councillor Mandy Brar as Deputy Mayor.

He took on the ceremonial, non-political role last night, following a vote at…
Asphalt preservation works on Royal Windsor Way will futureproof vital route for years to come
Essential maintenance work to complete repairs to the A355 and A332 Royal Windsor Way are to take place in May, to protect this key transport link for years to come.

This important investment by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead will…
PCC results graphic Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner – full election results
The election for the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) was held last week, in which the Conservative Party candidate, Matthew Barber, was re-elected.  

PCCs are elected representatives who oversee how crime is tackled in a police…
Affordable housing planning document graphic Have your say on key planning document to maximise genuinely affordable homes in Royal Borough
People are invited to help finalise a key planning document that will assist with securing the right amount and type of new affordable housing in the borough.

The council is holding a six-week public consultation, until 20 June, on its draft…
Residents reminded of upcoming road closures for safe demolition of former car park
The Royal Borough is reminding people that road closures, required to complete the safe demolition of Maidenhead’s former Broadway multi-storey car park, will start from Monday 13 May.

Cabinet agreed last year to the demolition of the multi-storey…
Royal Borough launches ‘Verge on the Wild Side’ initiative Royal Borough launches ‘Verge on the Wild Side’ initiative, giving communities the chance to support nature
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has launched an exciting new initiative in partnership with local conservation, environmental and sustainability groups fostering community stewardship of roadside verges. 

Verge on the Wild Side is a…
Cllr Knowles in his garden Do you have a winning Garden in Bloom?
Does your front garden stand out from the crowd? Do you have blooming roses and beautiful flowering baskets which can be seen by people walking past your garden?

You could be acclaimed as having the best garden in your ward by entering the Royal…